The Buffet at Wynn returned, but can you still call it a buffet? Diners are still seated in the same prepandemic elegant dining area, but the long steam tables full of food have disappeared. Instead of standing in line, plate in hand, diners never have to leave their tables to savor dozens of different dishes. They simply order from a menu featuring photos and descriptions of roughly 90 offerings, including double-cut lamb chops with truffle spinach and crispy onions, Old Bay braised shrimp and scallops with a spicy tomato compote, and steak and lobster in a Béarnaise sauce. It’s still “all you can eat,” but there’s a two-hour time limit. The Buffet, the first to reopen on the Strip, is open daily. Prices range from $36.99 for a weekday brunch to $65.99 for weekend dinner. Reservations are required.The new restaurant Elio at Wynn opened for a summer preview. Guests can choose from contemporary Mexican dishes by executive chef Sarah Thompson. The restaurant … [Read more...] about Las Vegas: What’s open and closed over 4th of July
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15. Rancho Los Alamitoshistoric landmark includes 4 acres of gardens, a ranch house and a restored barnyard surrounded by Canary Island palms and two enormous Moreton Bay fig trees. Free tickets are currently required. 400 E. Bixby Hill Road, Long Beach, (562) 431-3541, rancholosalamitos.com … [Read more...] about The 15 best places in L.A. to find shade on hot summer days
California is a massive state, and different areas have seen different case levels. As the state approaches the next phase of the crisis, vastly different approaches are emerging. Some regions are maintaining strict restrictions, while others are already allowing retail business to resume and making plans to reopen restaurants. … [Read more...] about Los Angeles to extend stay-at-home order, while some California counties are cleared to reopen
Lateefah Simon, president of BART’s Board of Directors, supported the station closures — mostly because they secured BART from fires that flared in several areas Sunday. She defended people’s right to assemble, but said BART has to balance that against its role to get people home safely, and its responsibility to protect the rail system’s infrastructure. … [Read more...] about Why did BART close nine stations during protests?